1. Ripening Fruit In A Paper Bag

    Posted on June 06, 2018 by Andrew

    It can sometimes be difficult to find fruit that’s perfectly ripe and ready to eat. The paper bag method sounds like an old wife tale but is in fact incredibly effective for speeding up the process. Read more…

  2. How to improve your tomato crop in the greenhouse

    Posted on May 18, 2018 by Andrew

    When tomatoes are grown properly in a greenhouse, the crop is multiplied. But, the right techniques must be followed. Even with the best will in the world, sometimes our tomato plants can fail to deliver the results we’re looking for. Read more…

  3. Redeveloping Historical Buildings with Non Destructive Testing

    Posted on May 16, 2018 by Andrew

    Non Destructive Testing (NTD) involves the use of scientific techniques to assess the current state of a building, civic engineering structure such as a bridge, canal, aqueduct, or work of sculpture. Lots of old buildings have been reclaimed renovated and turned into housing, office buildings or to serve some other functional purpose. People who fancy a life in the countryside buy a 300 year old derelict barn or other farm building to convert into their dream home. In addition, historically important churches, castles and stately homes and Listed Buildings are always in need of renovation. Read more…

  4. Paper Bag Crafts: How to Make Fun Paper Bag Crowns

    Posted on February 15, 2018 by Andrew

    Paper bags are one of the most versatile items in your craft box, and here’s just one more way to make use of those older bags. If you have a paper bag or two lying around and find yourself with both the kids and time on your hands, why not indulge the family’s creative side by making a couple of fun paper bag crowns for everyone to play in? Read more…

  5. A Professional Gas Meter That Is Easy to Understand and Smart

    Posted on February 08, 2018 by Andrew

    When we talk about smart phones and smart devices, we tend to think of computers, applications, and the Internet. In fact, so-called smart devices have made aspects of our daily lives easier. We can get instant weather updates through our phones and can even have an Internet-connected refrigerator order our groceries for us for door-to-door delivery!

    Why You Should Consider a Smart Gas Meter

    One thing that many homeowners do not think about is smart meters connected to their homes. Whether you have an existing gas installation or want the benefits that gas offers the average homeowner, a smart gas meter installation done by an experienced company is a great idea. Read more…

  6. IVF treatment: Aspects to consider

    Posted on January 22, 2018 by Andrew

    For many couples and individuals, the natural progression of their life cycle will include having children of their own. Unfortunately for a lot of people they may also experience some difficulties in this regard. There are many and varying reasons for this to occur one important and successful route to help with some of these issues has been the growing trend of IVF treatments worldwide. Clinics have emerged around the world providing women with the opportunity to have children of their own through this specialist treatment. Due to its nature and its lasting impact this those, however, come with its own risks and parameters which should be considered by all parties involved in the IVF process. Here we are going to look at several areas which need to be considered and addressed for those contemplating IVF treatments. Read more…

  7. Improvements in the EV industry to look out for

    Posted on January 17, 2018 by Andrew

    After an impressive year in 2017, the electric vehicle industry are feeling positive about the year ahead. Figures revealed that by December there was 132,000 new registrations, averaging over 4,000 new registrations per month. Considering only 3,500 electric vehicles were registered in the entire year of 2013, the industry has witnessed significant growth over the past few years – with the popularity growth attributed to the developments in the industry that are slowly but surely overcoming the initial setbacks of electric vehicles. Read more…

Tip of the Day

If It Doesn’t Smell, Don’t Wash It

According to Real Simple, if every American made an effort to launder less — cutting out just one load of laundry a week per household — we’d save enough water to fill seven million swimming pools each year.

So if it looks clean, and it smells clean, call it clean and wear it again. Consider hanging worn clothes out on your clothesline to freshen them up between wearings

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